Support » Theme: StrapVert » CSS styles

  • Resolved Vertikulator

    (@vertikulator)


    have a question with CSS styles folder contains a few lines (classical H1, H2, etc.etc.). Where did you hide CSS styles? Where can I find to do to adjust?

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  • esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    Do not edit the theme itself. First create a child theme for your changes. Or install a custom CSS plugin.

    Theme Author Brian Harris

    (@zgani)

    Hello Vertikulator,

    Not hidden at all 🙂

    Your questions is answered here: http://www.wpstrapcode.com/faqs/my-child-theme-does-not-work with an example child theme – Enjoy.

    Anything I can help with feel free to shout.

    Zulf

    esmi:
    I know from experience that the CSS plugin is not 100%.

    Zulfikar Nore:
    Child I never did and I do not know if I can handle it.

    Come see me easier to edit CSS and it is. It would be enough window in the template box “user css”.

    Theme Author Brian Harris

    (@zgani)

    Child themes work exactly like the parent themes – the only difference is that the main “templates” reside in the parent theme. And in term of changing the css instead of editing the elements/selectors in the parent theme you copy them to the child theme’s style.css and do the edits there.

    Once you have copied the required css you can do all your edits in the edit screen under appearance – just be sure the selected theme is the child theme and not the parent theme.

    Plus you do not need to create the child theme, the link I provided above has the download on it which you can take and do with as you please. I’ve already added some of the selectors all you have to do is find the ones you need and edit.

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